Practice Team


Dr. Michael D. Redwood

Dr Redwood qualified in 1987 at St Thomas’s Hospital, London. After doing several specialty jobs at St Mary’s Hospital, London, he trained in General Practice in Bath and North East Somerset. He joined Bourn as a partner in 1993, and has a special interest in Cardiology, Neurology and Dermatology. He is also a GP Trainer and a recognised undergraduate tutor at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

Dr Vanessa Lockyer

Dr Lockyer qualified from Royal Free and University College Medical School in London in 2006.  She went on to complete her hospital training posts in and around North London.  She moved to Cambridge in 2008 in order to complete her general practice training and spent the final year of this working here at Bourn.  Her main areas of interest lie in Care of the Elderly, multimorbidity and diabetes.  She is currently the Clinical Director for our local Primary Care Network.

Dr Francesca Frame

Dr Frame qualified from St John’s College, University of Cambridge in 2006, and completed her hospital training posts in Addenbrooke’s and Hinchingbrooke Hospitals. She subsequently completed her general practice training in and around Cambridge, spending her final registrar rotation here at Bourn. Dr Frame was initially a salaried doctor but has now joined as a partner. Dr Frame’s main areas of interest are General Medicine and Women’s Health.

Dr. Tim Sharp      

BMBS (2010) MRCGP (2016) MA Medical Education

Dr Sharp qualified in 2010 from the University of Nottingham.  After doing several specialty jobs in the East Midlands, he moved to Cambridge in 2012 to complete his GP training.  He likes to work across the spectrum of general practice but has a particular interest in mental health, palliative care, paediatrics and medical education.  He is a GP Trainer and has undertaken research in palliative care at the University of Cambridge.​

Bourn Surgery is a training practice, involved in training GP Registrars. A GP Registrar is a fully qualified doctor who has already graduated from medical school and completed their first few years as a junior doctor in hospital medicine. Doctors can then chose to specialise as a General Practitioner (GP), and have to undertake a further three years of training in order to qualify as a GP. A doctor who is part of this training scheme is known as a GP Registrar. During this three-year training period, GP Registrars undertake training in both hospitals and several GP practices. While with us, GP Registrars see patients on their own, but have the support of the GPs in the practice when needed. A GP Registrar has to complete their three years of training and pass further exams before being able to work as a GP.

Depending on the stage of training they are at, GP Registrars stay with us for varying lengths of time, with some placements being as short as six months, before they move on to their next training post.



Tracey Wilson
The Practice Manager is responsible for the smooth running of the practice. Please contact her either personally or by letter if you have any complaints, problems or suggestions (or compliments!).
Direct line: 01954 718772


Helen Coxall (Reception Manager), Sophie, Louise, Aimee and Cassie
The receptionist is usually your first contact. They will make your appointment and help you make the best use of our services. If you need to speak to the doctor personally, please ask the receptionist for a convenient time to telephone.


Lorna Bates 
Typing of letters, making choose and book appointments, new registrations.


Garry Sibley-Gough  MAPharmT (Dispensary Manager), Rebecca Pre Registration Pharmacy Technician, Claire, Tasha, Sarah and Julie.
We are a dispensing practice and can only dispense prescriptions that are prescribed by our Doctors. .


 Sue Clarke (Practice Nurse), Jacqueline Allen (Health Care Assistant) and Jodie Harris (Phlebotomist)
They carry out general nursing procedures such as blood tests, ECGs, administration of vaccinations, blood pressure checks, running clinics and advising on general health matters. Please make appointments during surgery hours.


Hedda Jones
RGN, NDN, BSc Hons, MSc Advanced Practioner, DipDiabetes, DipCOPD.
Hedda completed her nurse training at St Batholomews Hospital, London in 1979 and then proceeded to develop a career as a District Nurse. During her years as a District Nursing Sister she studied for a degree in Tissue Viability and still maintains an interest in the subject. Hedda has subsequently completed an Msc as an advanced nurse practioner. Her role in the practice is working alongisde the doctors in an autonomous clinical role which includes diagnosing and managing both acute and chronic illness and can also prescribe medication.


The team will provide nursing care at home. To contact the District Nurses Please telephone 01223 726469 option 2.


Antenatal Clinics are on Wednesday 1.30-4.00. See the midwife or your Doctor to book your maternity care. Book your midwife appointment throught the Rosie on 01223 348981. You can contact the midwife on 01223 349316 to leave a message

Flu Clinics 2020

Information about the Flu Clinics 2020.